Monday, April 12, 2021 at 9 a.m. Pacific
Presenters: Richelle Ahlvers, Storage Technology Enablement Architect, Intel; Phil Cayton, Senior Staff Software Engineer, Intel
Large-scale computing designs are increasingly multi-node and linked together through high-speed networks. These networks may be comprised of different types of technologies, fungible, and morphing. Over time, many different types of high-performance networking devices will evolve to participate in these modern, coupled-computing platforms. New fabric management capabilities, orchestration, and automation will be required to deploy, secure, and optimally maintain these high-speed networks.
Join this presentation to gain insights from experts representing the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), and the OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) on how the two organizations are collaborating to improve and promote the vendor neutral, standards-based management of open source fabrics and remote network services or devices in high performance data center infrastructures.
As part of this joint effort, a new open source fabric management framework is being developed by the OpenFabrics Alliance which will integrate with DMTF Redfish® and SNIA Swordfish™ specifications for comprehensive management of servers, storage and fabrics including NVMe® and NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) technology environments